It is not hard to believe that the LG G3 is the most advance flagship smartphone you can buy today. Nevertheless, there's always room for improvement. Earlier last week there was a rumor that LG would soon release a much improved version of its G3 handset.
Today, however, a new report suggests that the LG G3 is indeed coming up with a Snapdragon 805 chipset, all thanks to Korea's National Radio Research Agency. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Broadband LTE-A rival has just passed the National Radio Research Agency, a certification authority equivalent to the FCC.
Furthermore, the new LG G3 has three model numbers: LG F460S, LG F460K, and LG F460L, making it clear that the device will hit its native Korean market first, just like the Samsung Galaxy S5 Broadband LTE-A. Unfortunately, no more details are available at this hour, but it seems that the new LG G3 is expected to launch in the coming weeks.
Not long ago, Samsung launched a Snapdragon 805 chipset docked Galaxy S5 for its native market , and it appears that LG will certainly follow the trend with its forthcoming improved version of the LG G3.
In the meantime, the current generation of the LG G3 will be launched globally starting June 27. According to the company, the G3 will first shipped in Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines, followed by Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The LG G3 is reportedly tipped to go official in India in the first week of July 2014.
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